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Old 05-02-2021, 10:22 PM
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230 miles later and the Quietline has more to do than just plow.

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Love this old girl but I didn't fire it up for years since I got a walk behind snow blower. Looked on and off for attachments locally and kinda gave up for awhile. Well after a little gas and a new battery we spread 12+ yards of dirt with the plow so I decided to start hunting for parts again.... now down to hunt for a tiller and the sleeve hitch height adjustment parts

I think I tapped a vein... I want another one lol

I mounted the deck up just to see how everythine went together and to test the pto. Need to tear the deck down to grease and shapen, also appeared the center pully was flipped upside down when mounted.

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Couple of questions. This cub had a 12 hp swapped in place of the 10. Is that double pully on the PTO correct? Also is the deck hanging right on the front? Guess I assumed it would make it past the notch on the height adjustment bracket. Everything seemed to work fine just making sure I'm not missing anything. Deck is a 44a. Thanks.

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Old 05-03-2021, 06:46 AM
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Nice score. It is always good to add implements.
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Old 05-03-2021, 07:20 AM
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I mounted the deck up just to see how everythine went together and to test the pto. Need to tear the deck down to grease and shapen, also appeared the center pully was flipped upside down when mounted.

Couple of questions. This cub had a 12 hp swapped in place of the 10. Is that double pully on the PTO correct? Also is the deck hanging right on the front? Guess I assumed it would make it past the notch on the height adjustment bracket. Everything seemed to work fine just making sure I'm not missing anything. Deck is a 44a. Thanks.
1. I don't think it's possible to mouint the center pully upside down, but a picture of it would help.
2. I personally have not come across an electric pto with a double pulley like that on a Cub, but if it does not interfeere with anything and works, then AOK.
3. Yes, the deck looks to be mounted correctly. The front mount hangers do not go past the "notch".
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Old 05-03-2021, 09:45 AM
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Just curious - if the deck is mounted correctly, what is the purpose of the "notch"?
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Old 05-03-2021, 10:33 AM
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Just curious - if the deck is mounted correctly, what is the purpose of the "notch"?
It is very possible during stamping operations of that "spear" a progressive stamping die is used to produce multiple parts off the same stock of material being fed through the press with different parts produced, resulting in as little scrap/waste as possible. Thus the "notch" is possibly another part being produced, or the edge of it. Not saying I know this is why the "notch" is there, but a very good possibility derived from my experience over the years with manufacturing operations. Just like sawing a board on an angle, if you flip the board over you already have a cut angle for the next piece resulting in zero loss of wood and less waste.

Again just a theory.
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Old 05-03-2021, 06:10 PM
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Just curious - if the deck is mounted correctly, what is the purpose of the "notch"?
It's a "notch" because you see a "notch", like the ink blot test.
Never heard anyone refer to it as such before.
If it works, don't worry about it.
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Nice find and I bet your return trip with the implements was a lot more fun than getting there. Now, maybe your walk behind will collect dust in the corner while your cub gets some attention.

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I just had a thought that, perhaps the 2-pulley electric PTO is off a 200 series John Deere. The setup of those machines is in a way that you need 2 different belt pulleys whether you want to run a mower deck, or if you want to run a front-mount attachment like a snowthrower. The inner pulley would be for a mower deck, and the outer for a snowthrower.

Or, you say the whole engine was replaced, so perhaps you have the complete engine and PTO from a Deere 212?

Just throwing out a couple ideas.
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Nice haul! Now you just need two more tractors so you don’t have to change implements all the time.
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1. I don't think it's possible to mouint the center pully upside down, but a picture of it would help.
I'll probably pull the deck this weekend and get a picture. The larger side of the pully was down.

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Or, you say the whole engine was replaced, so perhaps you have the complete engine and PTO from a Deere 212?......
It's possible, I know it's a 12hp Kohler but see no indication on what it came from

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Nice haul! Now you just need two more tractors so you don’t have to change implements all the time.
Haha yeah actually chasing down another wide frame right now. My kid is turning 10 so I can start passing some mowing to him.
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